Alpesh Patel is a top professional trader and financial analyst in the UK. He is the founder of an FCA-regulated asset management firm managing millions of dollars in investments. Alpesh’s media profile and business, political and economic expertise has been utilised by the UK government for more than a decade from London to New Delhi and Beijing, accompanying Prime Ministers and business leaders on trade missions, as well as by the largest and most respected global businesses as an advocate, utilising his training as a barrister, for growth strategies and business-friendly policies for wealth creation, diversity whilst engaging legislators and policymakers.
In this episode, the investment expert and dealmaker offers some tips on how stock market novices can make sense and decode the world of financial markets.
Staying up to speed with the latest views and insights will help you create opportunities out of complexity. Significant events and shifts in geopolitics, global health, political elections, Covid and climate change are transforming behaviours in the financial markets at an unprecedented pace.
In this episode, part of a special series, Alpesh helps us make sense of changing times with industry-leading insights, solutions and data offerings.
In this episode, we take a look at the US market and compare trends with the UK against the backdrop of the Autumn Budget tabled by UK Chancellor Rishi Sunak last week.
With more planned spending on public services and a more generous system of universal credit, the Budget and Spending Review are more reflective of former Labour Chancellor Gordon Brown than Tory George Osborne’s. And, to help fund the spending increases, there are also big tax rises in store – some of the biggest since 1993. The expert helps us navigate through all of this.
*Please Note: Past performance is not a guarantee of future performance. All investments can fall as well as rise in value and you can lose some or all of your money. Additionally, this podcast does not constitute an investment recommendation.